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. >>pam: the maker of one of the guns used during the school shooting. is now up for sale. the private equity firm - "cer-berus capital management" - is selling freedom group. that is the maker of the bushmaster 2- 23 rifle. the firm wants to avoid the intensified gun control debate and to - quote- protect the interests of its clients. one of those clients is the california state teachers' retirement system. the action comes after officials with california's huge teacher pension fund said, they were reviewing a $600- million investment in cer-berus, in light of the connecticut shooting. the firm issued this statement. quote - "we believe that this decision allows us to meet our obligations to the investors. whose interests we are entrusted to protect. without being drawn into the national gun control debate." and one side of that debate, is calling for stricter gun control laws. which has sent weapons sales sky-rocketing. kron4's scott rates is live in livermore. scott? >>reporter: this is such a heated debate. many people are asking for stronger gun debate regulations or others are wa
'm pam moore, here in the kron4 weather center with jaqueline this first day of winter. >> jacqueline: we are still seeing rainfall in the bay area at this hour. as we take a look of the stormtracker 4 radar this is just what we expected in richmond, and all, this wat moderate weather cell. and also over the oakland area, light rain over dublin, pleasanton and heavier rainfall pressing towards 680. consistently, light showers and down the peninsula with light rain over the water. light rain and pressing towards palo alto. we will continue with this rainfall for this evening. showers. this is a first part of a system that impacted us with moisture moving slow to the south. we have a another system just on the heels of this one. to the north, it is bracing towards your weekend. and we are already dealing with delays at visibility with j. r. stone. and also the weekend rainfall. details, coming up. >> pam: and our team starts tonight with kron 4's j-r stone. where the bad weather is hitting. during one of the busiest travel days of the year. j-r, we hear it's a big mess for southwest fliers
(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: tonight we are tracking the storm. high winds and rain. all around the bay area today. heavy rain battering some areas more than others. we have team coverage tonight. kron 4's jeff bush is live in larkspur. philippe djegal reports from san francisco international airport. but first lets check in with jacqueline for the latest on our weather forecast. >> jacqueline: pam, this rate has not let up showers continuing to push to the bay area. a moderate weather cells pushing through san francisco. even the lightning strikes offshore. that, with the moderate rainfall and heavy rainfall over the golden gate right now. some lighter rain over the embarcadero. to zoom in, some heavy near ocean beach and berkeley. lighter rain fall in berkeley but in the north bay, some pockets of heavy rain throughout novado and san rafael. today, nearly two-inches thus far in portions of the north bay or three-inches in santa rosa. a bit of 1 in. in petaluma but by and large not that impressive today. more for today and
. who is responsible? >>pam: - the bomb squad called in, when a pipe-bomb was found on the school campus. kron 4's j-r stone talked with investigators and has more on the story. >> there are two different circumstances and three days with three pipe bombs. at this point they're not linking the pipe bomb that they found yesterday to this school behind me to the ones that they found over the weekend. today, students were at static kill elementary much different scene and the yesterday. at which point, the bomb squad was here with bomb sniffing dogs. the pipe bomb and never went off but it was dismantled. officers are looking at a surveillance from the video to try to get a better idea of who did this. there also analyzing the as to find out more clues. there is a clear message. >> they need to understand that it is a significant crime. and if you are caught, you are potentially going to go to prison. if somebody gets worse, it is even worse. >> at some point they are not linking these cases but they are looking at the possibility that this is a copycat crime. in pleasantville, j. r.
have been cancelled. >>pam: told about the class is for tomorrow? and the police have closed off so many of the streets. and have those police barricades being lifted? >> they have all been lifted it was quite chaotic at the scene. the middle of rush hour. there were tons of cars trying to get to the campus. they wanted to get their final exam completed. but there were not able to get on campus but now it is clear. the traffic is open and the barricades have been cleared. >>pam: reggie, thank you for the update of san jose city college. earlier this evening. we chancellor of san jose city spoke about the lockdown andturning now to other news. also, vicki leave the office. >> yes, we have been getting a lot of information the lockdown has just been lifted but earlier, just a few hours ago that this could have been a prank. a tweet from san jose city college saying that police for tracking the call from this anonymous source. it could have been a prank. there was suspicion and also a tweet from 6:24 from the san jose police department that they have not made any contact with anyone. t
>> the revolution of city hall and spread all across the country. >> legally married! (cheers & applause) >>pam: same-sex marriage. we have breaking news for you on the national. the justices of the u.s. supreme court will rule on the california proposition 8. the voter approval initiative the funding marriage between a man and woman a. sides of the debate. because the high court has same sex marriage remains on hold in california, until there is a ruling. >> this is about fundamental coverage. j. r. stone is standing by. >>pam: with reaction from both here to break down what >> because the high court has agreed to hear this case, same sex marriage remains on hold in california, until there is a ruling. the validity of same sex marriage in california has been an issue since 2004. and now we know, we will get the final word by next summer legal briefs will be filed and the case will be argued early next years. possibly in the spring. then the supreme court should issue its ruling very likely by the end of june. and we should also note the supreme court has also agreed to review the federal de
think there is any connection there? >> pam, at this point it is difficult to say. i did ask that question to the officer earlier. right now is early but in this case it was a pvc pipe that was used. is that the same type of material that was used over the weekend she said she could not give me that affirmation. but that is information that they are looking at. again, right now they just do not know. >>pam: thanks, j-r. we'll continue to follow this story index of stories... the woman convicted of bay area nursing student is behind bars. she is on her way to state prison. haazig madyun was there when the judge gave the personal observations. >> the fact is. it was really cold blooded and premeditated, that is what the judge had to say here at the alameda county superior court house in the sentencing hearing of gisselle esteban for murder of michelle leon monday esteban was sentenced to 25-years-to-life without parole for murder in the first degree of the 26-year- old nursing studentwhose decomposed body was found in a remote area near the sunol pleasanton boarder on sept 17,
(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: law enforcement officials say, 26 people were killed after a mass shooting at an elementary school in southwestern connecticut. the suspect - also dead. and his mother found killed at latest. >> police said that 26 people were killed at sandy hook elementary. 20 of the victims were children between the ages of 5-10. it is one of the deadliest school hi shootings. and why not of history. >> evil visited the school. >> the shooter and visited the school it was a horrific scene. for mutual experience we never seen anything like this is heart wrenching for us as it is for the families. >> the suspect is a 20 year- old adam lanza who shot himself after he fired 100 rounds killing 20 students. police implemented a search. it, there were police with rifles on the roof, and surrounding the school. >> the families have been notified with preliminary investigation in process of elimination of the families have been told. >> flags were ordered at half staff. >> they had their entire lives ahead of them birthday
of alecia reed, kron 4 >>pam: you are looking at video from sky 7 high- definition abc 7 video. the gunman is on the loose this incident caused a complete closure of highway 85 with a are searching for evidence. the marine recruiter whose car was shot at was not hurt but it is impacting one local school. john f. kennedy middle school. again -- we are followingyou're looking at video from gunman still has *not been this incident caused the southbound highway- 85, evidence. the marine recruiter whose the shooting also having an impact on a at least one local area school. >> this was a controlled dismissal. a controlled dismissal is that parents have to come up and sign up for the children and spoke with several parents and this was a nerve wracking. that they receive the message to come and get their children and especially after what happened recently in connecticut. >> parents must come get your children to sign out this is added a precaution to insure that students arrive home safely. >>reporter: when you read that what do you think? >> i actually got a phone call first i was a little bi
of pipeline inspection from state regulators. leaders in san bruno. i'm pam moore. we'll see you at eight. (male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: tonight at eight. house republicans failed to pass their version of a bill to avert the fiscal cliff, known as plan b. >>reporter: after an hour- long recess to postpone the vote. vote was tabled. and what happens next. >> there is only 11 days to avert the fiscal cliff. with the " plan b. it would automatically stop spending cuts for one year. since the main boat has been postponed, political analyst, michael yaki explains what is next. >> congress is going to give something to vote on before christmas but the weather question is that is it going to be sent through the senate, or to the house. i think it is much more likely that the senate because we just do not know if house speaker john venom will get the about of all votes to support. i do not think that house speaker, john boehner and the president are going to work out a deal. but the question is that for the good of the country would be able to
from where everybody was looking. or the search crews were looking. in a >>pam: the man's girlfriend found after a week in the wilderness. malnourished and >> we're very happy that she >>pam: the family of a sacramento week, their loved one has been found. kron four's philippe djegal is here now. with more on >> paula lane says she stayed alive by eating the tomatoes she and her boyfriend packed with them. as well as snow. roderick clifton did not live. he died while trying to find help. but paula did survive. and, her family is overwhelmed. >> "we've been through a lot in my family. my nephews, my mom, and we're very happy that she made it." the amoun linda hathaway says its >> tough to keep her composure. she breaks up while talking about the emotional rollercoaster her family's been through the past week, lane. >> "it's been a rough haul waiting all those days it or not." >> she did. >> however, her boyfriend roderick clifton did not. maria clifton says her dad's love for off-roading, may have led to his death. >> "honestly, he probably saw some cool spot where you could see the
, connecticut. good evening, i'm pam moore. tonight - much more on the elementary school tragedy -- with more victims being laid to rest today. but first - kron 4's justine waldman is standing by with more on what san francisco is doing. to try and prevent a mass shooting here. >> the mayor said today that the mass-murder in connecticut renewed. and he's drafted a plan to take what he calls aggressive action against. ammunition. para >> nat lee this is a hollow bullet. hollowed out so on explode. >>reporter: >>reporterit is these hollow-pot bullets that mayor ed lee calls dangerous and deadly. he wants them banned in san francisco. they are already illegal to purchase in the city. but a new proposal would possess. >> the ammo that has been designed by law enforcement for military use has no reason to be in our homes and on ours streets. >>reporter: standing next to the handguns and rifles turned in during the city's biggest gun buy back program. the mayor said he wants these weapons gone. the other part of his plan.is to put a notification system in place so when someone buys 500 rounds of m
(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. pam >>pam: tonight at eight. a community and country in28- people are dead after a shooting rampage at an elementary school in new town. connecticut. 20 of those victims. are young children. as the nation mourns. investigators continue to search for answers. about the gunman. and why he went on this rampage. maribel aber. is in newtown with the latest. >> tragedy in a small connecticut community. "evil visited this community today" >> police say a shooter struck sandy hook elementry school in newtown friday morning. >> "there were 18 children pronounced dead at the hospital. six adults scene" >> a parent inside the school at the time said she believed at least 100 rounds had been fired. the alleged shooter is dead and police have recoveredthe first 9-1-1 call came in around 930 am, police shooter search. >> "there were police with rifles and handguns, they were on the roof, they were surrounding the school, they were going in through the roof." "our main objective was to evacuate as quickly and efficien
in general powerhouse he was also the mayor of and for nearly one a decade. >>pam: so far in 2012, the city of oakland has seen of 121 homicides. that is a 11 more than 2011. new tonight at a to charles clifford has a closer look at when and where these murders are taking place. >> this is a google earth map. each of these red dots represents the site of a homicide. during the past year he and some of these spots might include more than one the death. at a single location. as reticulated this matter it is indicating that most of these are happening in east oakland. there are a few downtown and also in west oakland. the city's first homicide of 2012 was in january 20th. on the 1800 block of 25th street. isaac white was shot, the 19 year- old was shot outside his home. the 50th was on june 10th. year foothill boulevard. a 26 year-old alameda resident was killed in a house party. the 100 homicide was on october when a 21 year-old man was shot and killed in east oakland near bancroft finally, the most recent homicide was on tuesday evening in the 800 block of hawkins. this man was shot outside
>>pam: tonight at eight. tracking the storm. rain makes a mess of the holiday get away. on the roadways and at san francisco international airport. the bay area hit hard by the first of back- to- back- to-back stormfronts. and the heaviest rain may still be yet to come. we have live team coverage for you tonight. but first. i'm here in the weather center with jacqueline bennett. who is here to tell us when the next round of rain will roll in. >> jacqueline: we are still seeing showers are run the bay area. and more as we move towards tomorrow are run the bay area. it is going to be wet if you're you are calling to need the we can see that the radar is above 5,000 ft.. right now, they are about 3,000 ft. showers are actually registering underneath the radar. the wider show is seeing that this is a well organized a system that is going to bring better rainfall organized with a better look at sunday coming up. >> pam: as prevention, is nearly a nightmare at s f o. 100 flights have been cancelled and is expected to increase. flights were delayed from 1.5 hours, now the wait
announces the formation of a task force to tackle the issue. i'm pam moore. we'll see you i'm pam moore. we'll see you look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids hau ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. get breyer's ice cream for $2.88 and dessert will surely shine. make it a grand finale with starbucks just $6.99. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life. samaritan church presch
4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: breaking news tonight out of oakland: the city's police force is no longer facing a possible federal takeover. this afternoon the department reached a deal with civil rights attorneys who have been demanding reforms the agreement ends a 12 year legal battle over the vigilante justice administered by the rogue o=p=d officers known as the riders. >> and in san francisco: backpacks and briefcases .... blackberries and bottles of tequila. if you've lost any of these items to thieves ... the san francisco police may have some good news for you. >> the officers did a great job recovering in a with like to get it back to the rightful owners. >>pam: developing tonight at eight.. the city of oakland's deal. to stave off a federal takeover of its beleagured police department has brought years of legal battles to a sudden end. kron-4's philippe djegal is live in oakland tonight.. .. with details.. and what this means for the department.. going forward. >> pam, the community town hall meeting tonight at the elementary school in oaklan
(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: newly, unsealed court documents. paint a dark picture of the former albany middle school teacher accused of child molestation with at least one of his former students. in september, a seach warrant was served at 28- year-old james izumizaki's home in albany. among the items seized. a web camera. camcorder cellphone. bank statements. laptop. desktop. c-d's and d-v-d's and more. kron four's philippe djegal explains what led to izumizaki's arrest -- and his eventual suicide. >> in a statement of in late september, the victim's father was made of weathe aware of the relationship by a parent of a close friend of the victim. they seized izumizaki is cellphone records and they found out that there was plenty of videos, texts, videos and all times of the day. some of these were even midnight, 3:00 a.m.. the victim was also a " friend " on his facebook page. after the. confronted the child, this continued after she was 18 years old, is led to them kissing each other, on the school grounds. the victim describe
to get any peace especially with christmas coming. >>pam: the main concern -- disconnected and broken pipes.. which could the sinkhole to fill-up with right now some lines have been already been diverted with temporary fixes... but more work remains.stay with kron-4 as we continue to track this new storm front updates also available on kron4.com as well as our facebook and twiiter pages. >>pam: new details have been released about the suspect in a brutal crime in oakland. police say the man kidnapped and sexually assaulted an at-risk teen.. with a diminished mental capacity. kron-4's j-r stone has more. san francisco ha >> this is by far one of those worst cases cytosine. >> oakland police chief howard jordan is referring to the case involving this man, gary atkinson.. with a 16 year-old actress coral that has the mental capacity of its of year-old. >> kidnapping the force, kidnapping with force if needed to kidnap a child, three counts of rape, lewd acts on a child, with the suspect is 10 years older. >> the girl was reported missing tuesday after wandering from the youth center. she
and killed by vehicles.though these were you can see most are in east san jose. 12 so far this year. >>pam: a ring of car theives are now in custody for a series of toll booth robberies on the carquinez bridge here are the suspects arrested for 3 of 10 robberies that occurred at the end of last yearup until may of 2012.chp investigators say bridge surveillance cameras revealed the stolen vehicles used in the crimes. >> i think the vallejo police, we kind of knew from past experience people stealing cars during with that type of victim in the past, and a surveillance led to the names involved. >> if you were called in each case these were done with the use of force, fear of the threat of violence. >> the c h p say that the police are still investigating the 70 cases. c-h-p officials say although these 3 suspects are in custody for 3 of the toll booth robberies.the investigation continues into >> employees at an east bay auto parts store got quite a jolt this morning. this is video from the san leandro autozone. a customer drove through a plate glass window right into the parts storage secti
scary >>pam: a masked gunman with an assault rifle opens fire on a crowd of holiday shoppers. >> there are confirmed dead >>pam: it happened just a few hours ago in a shopping mall outside portland, oregon. the suspect described as >> a slender young white man in black wearing a hockey mask >>pam: we have been following this developing story out of oregon. multiple victims were shot this afternoon at a portland area shopping mall. three people are dead. including the gunman. kron4's grant lodes is standing by with the latest. grant? >> police arrest multiplthe mano kill to to people in the food court near we are waiting a news conference in calamuclackamas -- clackamas, right outside of portland oregon and in the meantime hundreds of people were in that shopping mall when this happened. this is what it sounded like from their point of view. >> i was shopping in macy's. and i was in the shoe department. a slender, young white man was wearing a hockey mask. just a plain white hockey mask came jogging through the macy's coming towards the public area. he was holding an assault r
facebook fan page to join the conversation. i'll be reading comments later in the show. again, we >>pam: are continuing to follow this developing story tonight. 27 people dead in an elementary school shooting. i ncluding the shooter in connecticut. 20 of the victims are young children. 2 more bodies have been found in different locations -- both apparently family members of the killer. joining us now -- kron4's dan kerman. he's following r kron 4's dan kerman is here now with more on the suspect. dan what do we know. >> more and more is trickling out. but very slowly. recap the shooting, we know the suspect adam lanza is 20 years old. and we know he is now dead. from a self inflicted gunshot wound. his body discovered at the school law enforcement officials speaking on the condition of anonynmity say he suffers from a personality disorder and is somewhat autistic.. we also know he lived with his mother in connecticut. and that the mother was a teacher at the school. and she too is presumed to be dead. now adam lanza also had a brother named ryan. this is video of ryan. he's 24 years ol
director pam levin and started vetting the vendors that were proposed last week or last commission meeting last month and from that we short listed it and we're down to two and if i may i'd like to ask pam to come to the mic and kind of give you a little road map briefly on how we got there and then open up for discussion with regard to the two vendors that are in front of us here. personally, i'd like to make that selection and if anybody has any questions we probably can just talk them through at the end. okay, deputy director. >> pamela levin, deputy director of building inspection. ted yam could not be present today because of a medical emergency. what he was asked to do was talk to references and find out what positions that were similar in scope and level to what we're asking for for the director of building inspection and to talk to the references that are provided by the vendors to get their experience, how they -- what kind of positions that were on the recruitment, whether they were satisfied with the vendor, whether they were satisfy i had with the level of service, whether th
. >> reporter: pam rousseau was at a thrift store in hayward when she found five cards sealed shut with handwritten addresses but no stamps tucked away on a lower back shelf. >> the handwriting was scribbly and i wasn't sure if it was an elderly person. >> reporter: so she put stamps on them with a little note attached explaining who she was and where she had found the letters. so as it turns out, this card that pam put a stamp on made its way to this home in alameda. only as we find out, this card was supposed to have been sent five years ago to marianne. >> and open it up and i saw sue bunker's name. and right away, i thought, a card from an angel! >> reporter: you see, sue bunker passed away two years ago from pancreatic cancer. and these three women were her closest friends. all three receiving sue's holiday card five years later thanks to pam. carolyn boone's card reads. >> may 2007 be full of good health, great travels and occasional ice cream social. >> it's nice to know we're still in touch. [ laughter ] >> reporter: without the other knowing, they have each sent a thank yo
. >> i said you need to move, cause our bed was right undeneath it. >>pam: we did not have to look far to find one of the morning's many fender=benders, the golden gate bridge blocked by a head=on collision. >> i think i've made it a mile in the past 45 minutes... >>pam: tonight kron-4 is tracking the storm. on the top right - a live look from our camera atop mount tamalpais. on the bottom right - a live view of the san francisco sky-line. i'm here in the weather jacquelyn bennet... jacquelyn - another day another storm? >>jacqueline: we should expect more white water. >>pam: wet weather-- >> kron4's storm team coverage continues now. haaziq madyun in the east bay - where rain soaked means more fallen trees. rob fladeboe is in the santa cruz mountains - crews there cleaning up a massive mudslide. but first - if you were commuting today - it was no picnic -especially on the golden gate bridge. maureen kelly has more from the north bay. check out the heavy fog that shrods the three car collision. the chp says just after 8am a southbound driver of a volkswagon gti.which sent t
. and the search for suspects after two people are found bound. gagged. and lifeless. francisco street. i'm pam moore. we'll see you at eight. tonight at eight. >> i was a little bit frightened. >> >> >> the bomb squad sent in. an explosive device found at it had been lit but did not go off. planted with what we believe was an intent to do damage to the school >> students, not the only ones who are scared there are a lot of crazy people out there. tonight at eight. police are trying to figure out. who placed that explosive device there and why. and whether today's incident is tied to another pipe bomb case over the were arrested in that case. tonight. kron-4's j-r stone is live at pleasant hill elementary school where students and staff were given quite a scare today. they're continuing to investigate. the last time that this was possibly was when these shrubs for transgendered on school grounds >> also, j. r. stone a limited to the fact that there were weekend pipe bombs. this was at a christie's court this weekend. shortly after, there were able to make an arrester on teenage suspects. there
news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: two people are dead in a head=on collision in eastern contra costa county. the horrific high speed accident near byron seen here in this sky7hd video from abc7news he took his own life after being arrested in a child molesting case. now we are learning more about the serious allegations against a middle bay. >> and backers and opponents of same sex marriages welcoming today's announcement that the u=s supreme court to rule on california's >> this is a case about fundamental fairness. >>pam: tonight at eight. the c-h-p is investigating a deadly crash in a rural part of the east county. two people. including a child. are dead. kron-4's j-r stone is here with the latest details. j.r.? >> this is a tragic this is a video from the bc 7 high- definition the news. this maker of mass, the blue sedan crossed over the center line. and the collision, the 21 year-old female driver was air lifted but idied and the eight year- old in the back seat also died. the crash does not appear to be reaweather- related. we do not know if it is alcohol related o
residents on how they have been dealing with this. that will be coming up at 6:00 p.m. terisa estacio. >>pam: also in the east bay, this 60-feet tall linden tree, came down during the storm early sunday morning, in the backyard of this home on west i ()eye)รก street in benicia tree removers were busy there today the owner of the home says, she was startled by her neighbor's tree when it came crashing down onto her home just before sunrise (chainsaws) >> i woke up at 4:30 and i heard a huge boom it could've been a terrible disaster. i anticipated and fortunately it did not come through the roof. the outdoor deck was there to capture the tree i do not know what could have happened. the tree could have gone any which way. it could have gone to the neighbor's house, missed the trampoline amazingly. and you can see it is resting right there. it did not come through any windows, we are very lucky. >> the owners said that in the did tree has withstood 80 years of storms with the exception of this past sunday. >> let me show you an army of cleaners have taken over the area around 17th an
pam cook. >> and i'm brian flores. i don't like walking through a freezer but it feels like it. >> it's very cold. >> meat locker out there. >> yeah. >> it's cold. until doubt about it. under clear skies and the wind has tailed off for most. almost getting to the longest night of the year. doesn't take much to get into the 20s. santa rosa in there. napa in there. other locations are very, very close. it will be sunny today but it will be a darn cold morning. here is sal. >>> good morning. traffic is moving along pretty well around the bay area. as a matter of fact, we will go to san francisco and take a look at northbound 101 actually we are going to start with westbound 24. first. and then look at 101. 24 westbound looks good between walnut creek and oakland. if you are driving in san francisco here it is. northbound 101 traffic looks good approaching the 80 split. we are coming up on 4:30. let's go back to brian and pam. >>> we do begin with breaking news at a fire. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega joins us now from the scene. janine de la vega is down there at the s
, pam, where did you say bob murray was based? >> his basis is roseville, california. >> roseville, yeah. and palo alto for alliance. >> commissioner clinch. >> pam, the alliance had sort of the guarantee if someone were to be terminated they would come back with a no cost search again, but what about bob murray, did we ask if he would offer something like that? >> the issue we can do as part of the -- so once you get these proposals then you sit down and you sit across from them and you negotiate. we probably could negotiate but it's not mentioned specifically in the proposal. the others made a very direct guarantee. >> my understanding, though, pam, would be that ted would have asked that question to bob murray, they just didn't respond. >> that's my assumption. >> the question would have been asked and if they didn't respond we have to assume that that's not on the table. plus obviously it could be negotiated at a later point, but at this point, yeah. >> it's harder to negotiate that. >> we got two good firms here. i think we should just pick who and be -- commissioner melgar. >>
was and where she found the letters. as it turns out, this card that pam put a stamp on made its way to this home in alameda. this card was supposed to have been sent 5 years ago. >> and i open it, up, and i saw sue bunker's name. and i thought a card from an angel! >> reporter: sue passed away two years ago from cancer. and these three women were her closest friends. all three receiving sue's holiday cards five years later, thanks to pam. carolyn's occurred: >> may 2007, be full of good health, great travels, and occasional ice cream socials. it is nice to know we're still in touch. >> reporter: without the other knowing, they each sent a thank you note to pam for taking the time to mail the cards. they also shared glowing thoughts about their friend >> i was so touched by the whole that you feel gesture! i had to just sit down and send her a message. >> dear pam, your that you feelness in choosing to mail those -- thoughtfulness in choosing to mail those envelopes touched my soul. >> reporter: they decided to meet and toast to their new friend, and their old friend. >> it was just
, explaining who she was and where she found the letters. so as it turns out, this card that pam put a stamp on made its way to a home in alameda. only this card was supposed to have been sent five years ago, to mary ann kate. >> and i hope it up and i saw sue bunkers name, and right away, i thought, a card from an angel! >> reporter: you see, sue bunker passed away years ago from pancreatic cancer. and these were her closest friends, all three receiving her cards five years later. >> may 2007 be full of good health, great travels and an occasional ice cream social. >> it is nice to know we're still in touch. >> reporter: without the other knowing, they each sent a thank you note to pam for taking the time to mail the cards. they also shared glowing thoughts about their dear friend. >> i was so touched by the whole thoughtful gesture that she had done, that i had to just sit down and send her a message. dear pam, your thoughtfulness in choosing to mail those envelopes touches my soul. >> reporter: everyone so touched by the journey of the holiday cards decided to meet one another and toast t
's monday, december 17th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. let's check in with steve. we'll have a lot of rain. >> between we will have pretty cold air. colder than last weekend. you told me you were cold last week. you will be really cold tuesday night into wednesday. there is pretty steady rain out there. nothing too heavy. it will be with us through the morning hours and giving away a partly cloudy mild breezy day. 50s and 60s more on that cold air in five minutes. >>> san francisco traffic looking pretty good approaching the 80 split. wet weather will make for a tricky commute on a monday. moving along and taking a look at the commute here on the toll plaza, metering lights on early. there is a delay past 880. now let's go back to the desk. >>> in developing news we begin with a scary story. a family was tied up and robbed in a home invasion in san francisco. it happened at 2:00 this morning in the sunset district a few blocks from the zoo. police tell us here that three masked men entered a home, tied people up, robbed them and ran off. fortunately we hear the victim
store. >> these five cards must have somehow gotten mixed in. >>> reporter: pam rousseau was at a thrift store in hayward when she found five cards sealed shut with addresses but no stamps. they were tucked away on a lower back shelf. >> the handwriting was somewhat scribbly and i wasn't sure if it might be an elderly person. >> reporter: so she put stamps on them with a little note attached explaining who she was and where she had found the letters. so as it turns out this card that pam put a stamp on made its way to this home in alameda. only as we find out, this card was supposed to have been sent five years ago. to marianne. >> and opened it up and i saw sue bunker's name. and right away, i thought, a card from an angel. >> reporter: you see, sue bunker died two years ago from pancreatic cancer and these three women were her closest friends. all three receiving sue's holiday cards five years later thanks to pam. carolyn boon's card reads. >> may 2007 be full of good health, great travels and an occasional ice cream social. it is nice know we're still in touch. [ laughter ] >> reporte
, december 14th i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. is it cold enough to wake you up when you step outside? >> not as cold as yesterday. we had clear skies. that kind of hit you a little harder but it's still cold out there. definitely that cold air is trapped. this system is falling apart. it's weakening rapidly. it's going to be chilly today. upper 40s, low 50s for many. here is sal. >>> good morning. traffic on 24 westbound is moving along pretty well getting up to the tunnel. there are no major problems driving on 680 as you drive nearby between walnut creek and oakland. northbound 101 san francisco that traffic looks good. let's go back to the desk. >>> time now 6:01. repair crews and other crews are still at the scene of that big machine shop fire that happened yesterday. lorraine blanco is at cnh enterprises right now. firefighters are looking out for flairups out there. >> reporter: they are babysitting the smoke this morning. it's smoldering in the center of the building. that's what we are told this morning. you can see what is left is a gutte
news. >>> good morning, welcome to ktvu channel 2 morning news, i am dave clark. >> and i am pam cook. >> we have had about a week of rain and with mr. drizzle there is that low cloud deck and thick fog. everything stays to the north as far as rain goes, very mild conditions and 60s on the highs. >>> here is a look at 237 in milpitas, those headlights are headed towards sunny veil and 880 towards the oakland coliseum, we have more on the roadways so far no delays, 449, let's head back to the desk. >>> a car violently crashed into a fire hydrant. claudine wong has exclusive information on what handed out there. claudine? >> reporter: it started as a red light stop, the driver goes through a red light and keeps going until he gets to he is section and -- essex and folsom. i want to give you a look because you can see san francisco police are in the process of shutting down essex street. now the water has been shut off and we showed you that in the last half hour but there is a new problem. if we pan over here, take a look at the construction site. you can see the scaffolding is com
morning news. >>> well, good morning to you december 13th, i am dave clark. >> and i am pam cook, steve, should we be worried about frost? >> well, i have seen a little bit of that and don't forget your pets as well. polk valleys and yes, there are some critical manipulate mums. and -- minimums here is sal. >>> traffic does look good as you head to the high-rise with no major problems. there is a little bit of a backup in some of those far left lanes and for the most part there is a slight back up on the san mateo. let's go to tara moriarty who has been following this story since 4:30, tara? >> reporter: it left about 15 minutes ago but it has impacted traffic on 792 westbound and we are just after the high-rise. the chp said a driver slammed m seat and she was killed in morning. the sedan was driving at 3 miles per hour and they were experiencing some mechanical problems but the suv came up very quickly and could not break in time. it does not appear alcohol played a role in this crash. the impact was just very distraught and the driver from the scene had to be taken and we are told th
>>> well, it is cold out there, time now for the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, i am pam cook. >> and i am dave clark. i just saw steve 10 seconds ago, grab a coat? >> yes, it's cold out there. rain will be coming back thursday, we are in between systems, lows in the 30s for many. i think the showers will fall apart in mendocino. highs 50s colder and breezy, here is sal. >>> highway 4 coming up to the willow pass grade, no major problems getting up to concord right now. also this morning, we are looking at san francisco, north 101 looks good approaching the 880 split, let's go to dave and pam. >>> many bay area schools are on high alert. channel 2 reporter allie rasmus has more on a scare yesterday that had police searching two local campuses, allie? >> reporter: well, it is a sign that most schools across the country are not taking any perceived threats lightly. here we are in pleasant hill, this elementary school and the daycare, they are all located next to each other. they were briefly locked down after somebody called and said, you are next and immediately hung up. s
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conversations ] >> pam: um, you don't think that maybe there's a few too many red ones? >> kristen: what? red is a great christmas color, pam. >> pam: okay. >> felicia: where is dad's famous high-test eggnog when we need it? >> thorne: oh, come on. you know this can't be easy for her without mother. >> felicia: where is the father of us all, anyway? >> thorne: i don't know. >> kristen: ask rick. maybe he knows. [ birds chirping ]
new day, wednesday, december 19th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. let's check in with steve. i'm looking for the tweets from tahoe. a lot of people start heading up for the christmas break. >> it's three degrees up there. two below in truckee. >> the rain this week will probably bring snow. >> that is a great question. a lot of people are traveling. i don't think you have to worry about snow levels too low around tahoe and truckee. freeze warning out for the north bay. frost advisory for everyone else. there is 20s and 30s. it will be a cold morning but sunny day. here is sal. >>> westbound 24 the traffic here looks pretty good between walnut creek and oakland. also the morning commute looks good on interstate 880 in oakland. now back to the desk. >>> time now 6:01. we have breaking news. we have been on this since 4:30. a body was found after a fire broke out. janine de la vega is at the scene. she's been there since 4:30. so i know you just talked to someone who may have known this person. what do you know? >> reporter: well, i'm told by relat
, december 19th. i'm dave clark. >> is it the 19th? yes it is. i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. it's so cold it felt like tahoe. >> the day froze on me, steve. >> i understand. we do have a freeze warning out for the north bay. frost advisory elsewhere. temperatures are cold. let's get to them. 20s to the north. if there is even some in the santa cruz mountains it will be cool today but change in the weather is showing up. >>> good morning. southbound 680 traffic looks good as you drive past mission boulevard. also the morning commute is looking good in san francisco off to a nice start approaching the downtown area. it's 5:00 let's go back to dave and pam. >>> at 5:00 we have breaking news coming in from campbell. firefighters just found a body as they rushed to an apartment house fire. janine de la vega is there. she's been there since 4:30 this morning. what is the very latest? >> reporter: the coroner is still here actually in the back of the apartment complex here on kiness drive. fire investigate evers are here on the scene trying to figure out how this fire started and who w
. >> these five cards must have somehow gotten mixed in. >> reporter: pam rousseau was at a thrift store in hayward when she found five cards sealed with handwritten addresses but no stamp. they were tucked away on a lower back shelf. >> the handwriting was scribbly and i wasn't sure if it might be an elderly person or... >> reporter: so she put stamps on them with a note attached explaining who she was and where she had found the letters. this card that pam put a stamp on made its way to the home in alameda. only as we find out, this card was supposed to have been sent five years ago to mary ann. >> and i opened it up and saw sue bunker's name and right away, i hit that, a card from an angel. >> reporter: you see, sue bunker passed away two years ago from pancreatic cancer. and these three women were her closest friends. all three received the card five years later thanks to pam. another card reads. >> may 2007 be full of good health, great travels and an occasional ice cream social. it's nice to know we're still in touch. [ laughter ] >> reporter: without the others knowing, they each
pam cook. >> happy christmas eve, pam. >> you too. thank you. >>> for most of us we are drying out, we will have a little more on that but for most of us we are still dealing with flooding from the rushing river and parts of the napa river this will continue along the street as well as old boeheimian highway will explain some minor flooding as well, but for the rest of us u-we are waking up colder and i will break this down for you, talk about your dry day coming up, good morning, tara. >>> we have not too much to report and that's the good news your christmas eve. a look at 101 shows traffic is flowing very nicely and along the east shore freeway, you can see traffic looks great in both directions. 4:29 let's head back to the desk. >>> we begin with the peninsular, a creek overflowed into a neighborhood forking people to leave their -- forcing people to leave their homes. we will have an update on that situation in just a moment. >>> a flood warning for the napa river has beens canceled. the water started to level off this morning. many roads were closed yesterday and in forestvil
was completed. in vallejo haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: residents and commuters impacted by a large mudslide near highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains will have to wait at least until tomorrow for even a temporary fix. kron 4's you can see how bad the damage is. there is a lot of work ahead of them. with th of russian of throad toward kro- with the erosionrob fladeboe brings you up to date on progress underway to re-open vine hill road and on how people are coping. >> in more ways than one, the earth is still moving here along vine hill road as maintenance crews are working to restore the soil washed away in the recent storms. a 60-foot section of the road is now down there at the bottom of the cliff and with more rain on the way there is no time to lose. >> we thought that it would be open today but there were complications. there was a bit more water than we thought so we had to put an extra 60 ft. of pine. >> the slide and resulting road closure is a major inconvenience for unsuspecting residents, delivery trucks and others who could be seen reversing course for a 10-mile, 20- minute
, december 4th, i am pam cook. >> and i am dave clark. steve is here and i am not a weather guy but i know a really good one. >> i hope he is in the building. there still could be a mist or drizzle, still kind of a mild day, some rain in the north, today's highs upper 50s to lower 60s, and we have a pattern coming we will get to in a minute. here is tara. >>> traffic is moving well past the coliseum and let's look at the east shore freeway as you make your way westbound towards the mcarthur maze, no problems to report but we have a little bit of back up towards the bay bridge, those metering lights should be going on soon, let's go back to the desk. >>> we have news coming in from san jose. a burglary call led police to a marijuana grow house. jeanine has more on what police found there. good morning, jeanine. >> reporter: we were able to go inside this house in east san jose and we overcome with the smell of marijuana, it was wall to wall plants inside and there was no furniture inside and police tell us no people lived here. they found 300 or vested marijuana -- half vetted marijuana pla
school. >>> on a lighter note, pam cook's favorite star is coming. justin bieber is coming and he performed a sold out show in the oracle arena. the concert will be june 26th and by the way, the tickets go on sale friday. >> we've got to go so we have seen him. there is a lot of screaming going on, sal. >> by you? >> well not by me. >> firm screaming. i can man that this time along at highway 24 between walnut creek and oakland and we are waking up well and hopefully there -- there has not been a lot of problems and we will stay -- hopeful. a minor crash on the shoulder is there but it's not blocking lanes. let's go to steve. >>> there is not much of a rain system, it is more of a cold system and it will turn colder and windy around here. leading edge of clouds are being pushed in advance of that petaluma is reporting fog and there are some cold readings. 29 degrees in lake county and some 30s popping up in lakebay all the way to san martinez, the north bay maybe a soth to a quarter will cover it. if it was not for the fog, santa rosa would be colder and 45 in san jose and mountai
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